This policy describes the management of our website as regard to processing activities concerning your personal data when visiting us at the following domain: datwyler.com (the “Website”)
Specifically, it regards the content of our Website only and it does not concern any other web site that might be visited by users by clicking on external links which may be present on the Website.
"You" in this Privacy Statement means you as an individual. "We" or "us" in this Privacy Statement means, in relation to your personal data, the Data Controller.
"Personal data" means information about you.
When you visit this Website we may collect personal data either:
directly where you decide to provide data; for example when you may decide to register to our Corporate Media Releases, in doing so you will be asked to provide your email address; or
indirectly, such as using cookies (as described below) or to track your use of certain pages of the Website (e.g. your internet protocol address) and other technical means to monitor your use of the Website.
We may process and use personal data collected via this Website for the following purposes:
to administer the Website; and
to provide information to you at your request - for example to receive press release about the company.
Cookies are information sent by a web server to a user’s computer, which are stored therein.
In order to know which cookies are used on this Website, please see the following paragraph 8 while if you want to refuse the use of any cookie, please either modify your cookie settings further below on this page, or correct the settings of your internet browser (in this regard, you can find details on how to undertake this action on the website of your browser). Furthermore, in this case, please remind that the web navigation and the enjoyment of the contents of this website could be compromised.
You are entitled to request access to, correct all your personal data collected by us, to object to the processing and to lodge a complaint. For any further information about the processing activities carried out by the Data Controller, and/or the exercise of your rights, you may contact the Data Controller at the e-mail address email@example.com.
The server where the Website is hosted is in Switzerland.
Your Data may be transferred to third party companies that provide the Data Controller with Website maintenance and development services and, in general, with IT services, specifically appointed as data processors, as well as, where such communication is possible or required by law, communicated to other companies or Public Authorities located in Switzerland or in the European Economic Area, which will process them for their own purposes as autonomous data controllers.
Your Data may also be transferred to third party companies located outside Switzerland or the European Economic Area, which offer outsourcing technological services to the Data Controller; should such a transfer be necessary, we will ensure that the recipients of your Data have adopted appropriate security measures to guarantee their protection in accordance with the applicable data protection law.
If You have directly provided us with Your Data through the Website by registering to our Corporate Media Release (or similar informative alerts regarding our organization), your Data will be processed in order to provide you with the information service you have requested until you ask the Data Controller to unsubscribe to such information service.
We reserve the right to retain log data for longer periods of time in order to deal with any crimes committed against the Website (e.g. hacking).
Dätwyler Holding Inc. with registered office in Gotthardstrasse 31, CH-6460 Altdorf, Switzerland, is the Data Controller of your personal data (“Data Controller”).
When you visit any web site, it may store or retrieve information on your browser, mostly in the form of cookies.
A cookie is a file that contains data (a string of letters and numbers); this file is transmitted from a web server to a web browser when you visit a website, and is then saved by the browser. The cookie is then transmitted back again every time the browser requests a page from the server.
Generally speaking the information retrieved by cookies might be about you, your preferences, your device or used to make the site work as you expect it to.
Cookies do not usually contain any information allowing you to be personally identified, but they can give you a more personalized and enjoying web experience. It is, however, possible that we may link personal details that we have saved about you to the details stored in the cookies, and link them to these details received.
The Website uses session cookies, which are automatically deleted from the device at the end of the navigation on the Website, and permanent cookies that remain stored for a certain period of time on your device after the session is over.
The Data Controller uses first-party cookies (with the same domain of the Website) and third-party cookies (i.e. cookies from third-party providers may be transmitted to you).
In addition, if you visit a website that has embedded contents, such as YouTube videos for example, these websites may transmit cookies to you. We do not monitor the settings of such cookies. We recommend that you ask for more information about these cookies on the websites of such third-party providers, and find out the corresponding options for managing them.
More detailed information (i.e., name, type, duration and purpose) about the types of cookies (i.e., technical, performance, functionality, etc) that the Data Controller uses on the Website are available here below.
Except for the tools that fall into the category of technical cookies which are strictly necessary for the Website to function – the installation of which does not require your prior consent – to ensure the maximum transparency and freedom of choice, the Data Controller will ask for your consent before installing any other cookie. According to your prior consent, the Data Controller may also install on your device analytics cookies, which may be activated through the banner that will appear on your first access to the Website.
Your preferences regarding cookies can also be managed here at any time thereafter.
Below you may find a list of the cookies that are most commonly used and an explanation of how they are each used.
- Analytical/performance cookies: These cookies make it possible to collect anonymous data about the usage behavior of our visitors. These are evaluated by us, for example to improve the functionality of the website.
- Technical cookies: These cookies are used for certain functionalities of our website, e.g. to suggest a better navigation flow to our website.
First Party cookies
| :--- | :--- | :--- | :--- |
| Statistics:_ga | 2 years | Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the web site. | |
Third Party cookies
| :--- | :--- | :--- | :--- |
| Statistics:_ga | 2 years | Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the web site. | To opt-out click on 1, 2 |
| Statistics:_gat | Session | Used by Google Analytics to throttle request rate | To opt-out click on 1, 2 |
| Statistics:_gid | Session | Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the web site. | To opt-out click on 1, 2 |
| pk id / pk ses (Matomo) | 13 months / 30 minutes | Registers a unique ID that is used to generate statistical data on how the visitor uses the web site. | |
| cookiehint | 1 month | our own cookie for hiding the cookie banner | |
We use the information that we obtain from your use of the cookies for the following purposes:
To manage the Website;
To recognise your computer when you visit our Website;
To improve the user-friendliness of the Website;
To analyse how the Website is used.
Yes. Cookies are just short data strings that cannot perform any operations by themselves. Cookies cannot be used to retrieve other data from the hard disk, transmit computer viruses or identify and use e-mail addresses. We recommend that you allow the web browsers to accept cookies from our website.
How do I adjust my settings for cookies?
If you want to refuse the use of any cookie, please correct the settings of each of the internet browsers you use separately (in this regard, you can find details on how to undertake this action on the website of your browser) or change your settings on the following website: <a href="https://youronlinechoices.com" target="_blank" rel="external noopener">youronlinechoices.com
Please find here below more details on how to manage your cookies preferences.
If you wish to block or delete the cookies received from any website, you can do this by changing the browser settings by means of the specific function. You can find below the links to the instructions of the following browsers:
- Internet Explorer - http://windows.microsoft.com/en-gb/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies
- Chrome - https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647
- Firefox - https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-preferences
- Opera - http://www.opera.com/help/tutorials/security/privacy/
We remind that disabling all cookies, including navigation and functionality cookies, may cause Website browsing problems.
Should you opt for blocking all cookies, please find here below some examples of the processing you might have to follow:
- In Internet Explorer you can block all cookies, by clicking on "Tools", "Internet options”, "Privacy", and then use the slider to select "Block all cookies";
- In Mozilla Firefox you can block all cookies by clicking on "Tools", and then "Options", and turn off "Accept cookies from sites" in the section "Privacy".
However, please be aware that the blocking of all cookies has a negative effect on the usability of many websites.
Should you wish to delete any cookies that have already been saved on your computer, you might have to follow these steps:
- If you are using Internet Explorer, you have to manually delete the cookie files (you will find instructions for this at https://datwyler.com/<a href="http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278835" rel="noopener noreferrer">http://support.microsoft.com/kb/278835</a>;
- If you are using Mozilla Firefox and you want to delete the cookies, you first have to check that cookies are deleted when you use the option "Remove private data" (you can change this setting by clicking on "Tools", "Options, "Settings" and "Privacy") and click on "Clear your recent history" in the "Tools" menu.
On the other hand, to activate cookies, the instructions here below, which apply to your particular browser, might help you:
Microsoft Internet Explorer
- Select "Internet options" in the "Tools" menu.
- Click on the tab "Privacy".
- Under "Settings", click on the button "Standard" (or move the slider manually to "Medium").
- Click OK.
- Go to the "Tools" menu.
- Select "Options".
- Select the icon marked "Privacy".
- Click on OK to save your changes.
- In the Customize and Control menu, select "Settings"
- In the "Advanced settings" (Privacy, Content settings) find the section "Cookies".
- Click on OK.
- Select Safari > Settings, and click on Privacy.
- In the field "Block cookies", specify if and when Safari should accept cookies from websites.
Data acquired through cookies are processed by employees and collaborators of the Data Controller expressly appointed as persons authorized to that aim. Moreover, these data may be processed by third-party companies carrying out technical and organizational tasks on our behalf (e.g.: web service providers). These companies are appointed as data processors. Data acquired through cookies may be transferred abroad but will not under any circumstances be disseminated to unknown persons.
You are at any time entitled to ask us for information on the processing of your personal data, access, obtain updating or the erasure of your data, as well as to object to the processing of your data and/or to lodge a compliant before the competent supervisory authority, as better provided for in the Privacy Statement of this Website.
You, as a data subject, have the right to:
access the Data and request a copy thereof;
request the rectification or updating of the Data, where inexact or incomplete;
request, under certain circumstances, the erasure of the Data or the limitation of the processing of the Data;
request the portability of the Data;
object to the processing of the Data (where applicable);
revoke the consent, where the processing of the Data is based on consent as legal ground.
Finally, you may at any time lodge a complaint before the Data Protection Supervisory Authority.
In order to obtain further information on your rights, you may contact the Data Controller here.